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Peter’s Weston Market to close after nearly 50 years

"Over the past five years our sales have declined 10% annually though expenses have increased," said store owner Jim Magee.

The Artful Mix closes New Canaan store, switches to e-commerce

The store owner cited the pandemic as contributing to her decision.

Westport’s Barnes & Noble moving to smaller store across town

The store will reopen in February at the former site of Restoration Hardware.

Danbury loses Lord & Taylor, gains Five Below

This will be Danbury's second Five Below store.

Sears to close White Plains store in February

Sears' last store in the region will be at the Newburgh Mall.

Kohl’s to close Fairfield store in October

The store at 290 Tunxis Hill Road has been operating for 20 years.

Brooks Brothers files for Chapter 11; Stamford store to close

The luxury apparel retailer joins such names as Neiman Marcus, J.Crew, J.C. Penney, and Chuck E. Cheese to file for bankruptcy over the past few months.

Cheesecake Factory at Stamford Town Center to close permanently on Aug....

Employees at the restaurant were first furloughed temporarily on March 17, a move that was originally envisioned to last six months or less.

Ridgefield coffee shop KaFo to close Main St. business

The store claimed it served "the absolute best coffee you have ever tasted!"

Fairfield Trader Joe’s closes again after employees test positive for COVID-19

The Fairfield location is the only store in the chain that is currently closed.

Trader Joe’s shuts Fairfield store after worker tests positive for COVID-19

The store is one of seven Trader Joe's locations nationwide that has been temporarily closed.

Artist & Craftsman Supply to shutter its Bridgeport store

The retailer's sole remaining Connecticut store will be in New Haven.

Stationery retailer Papyrus to close all stores

Store closures are expected to occur over the next four to six weeks.

Fairway Market refutes report of Chapter 7 bankruptcy and store closings

The 14-store chain began in 1933 as a fruit-and-vegetable stand on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

Mackenzies, a New Canaan candy and gift store, to close after...

The owners cited "high rent prices, other operational cost increases and decline in local shopping."